Mitch Hodges, stage manager for the “Phantom of the Opera” at Fresno's Saroyan Theater, shows a featured fixture of the show, the 2,000-pound chandelier, and some of the costumes, some more than 20 years old.
John WalkerThe Fresno Bee
Get a glimpse at 'Phantom' chandelier, costumes
Fresno poet Mai Der Vang reads a poem from her book 'Afterland'
Pillar of buffalo skulls to be dedicated at Fresno State
Cirque du Soleil performer learns the ropes in Toruk production
Can this 'Putnam County Spelling Bee' cast, you know, spell? Watch.
A preview of StageWorks Fresno's production of 'The Who's Tommy'
Migrant-themed play Blue Willow opens at Fresno State
How Shakespeare gets passed on through the ages
Insights on 'Frida Kahlo: Through the Lens of Nickolas Muray' at Fresno Art Museum
Take a peek at Good Company Players' 'The Little Mermaid'
Meet Rogue Festival Teaser Show performers
Fresno City College's Mulan and the Battle on Black Mountain
Fresno State guest artist, Cannupa Hanska Luger, of Glorieta, New Mexico, talks about what inspired him to create a sculpture titled “Pillar,” which consists of life-sized slip casts of Buffalo skull forms.
Cast members of StageWorks Fresno's production of "The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee" compete in a spelling bee directed by Fresno Bee entertainment reporter Donald Munro at Clovis North High School in Fresno. The show runs September 2-18 at Fresno Art Museum's Bonner Auditorium.
From backstage to on stage, actors from Good Company Players get ready for the regional premiere of "The Little Mermaid," based on the Disney movie and adapted from the Broadway musical. Dan Pessano directs the production, which runs March 17-May 15, 2016, at Roger Rocka's Dinner Theater.
Watch scenes from Fresno City College's rehearsal of "Mulan and the Battle on Black Mountain," written by Charles Erven on Monday, February 22, 2016 in Fresno. The production opens on February 26th and runs through March 5th.
The Junior Company, a troupe of 7-16 year-olds who open every show at Roger Rocka's Dinner Theatre, has entertained Fresnans over decades and opened doors for many budding young actors, dancers and singers. Video: Craig Kohlruss/The Fresno Beeemail@example.com
A car hit a light pole and a hydrant early Wednesday morning on First Street south of Clinton Avenue in central Fresno. Minor injuries were reported and First Street was partially blocked during the cleanup.